Crime Scene Investigation

Dexter -- The serial killer who kills other killers.

Author Don Debrandt gives his expert testimony on Crime Scene Investigation techniques such as body farms, anthropometry, dactyloscopy, entomology, and the ever-exciting forensic accounting division “Questionable Documents”.

Music: “It Must Be Swell to be Laying Out Dead” by Alex Bartha’s Hotel Traymore Orchestra

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Movies
Silence of the Lambs
Toren: 8/10
Joe: 9/10
Kevin: 8/10

Star Wars: A New Hope
Toren: 9/10
Joe: 9/10
Kevin: 9/10

Catch Me If You Can
Toren: 7/10
Joe: 7/10
Kevin: 8/10

Sherlock Holmes (2009)
Joe: 6/10
Kevin: 7/10

20 Responses

  1. While I’ll admit I’ve never played the first one, in the game Condemned 2: Bloodshot you play a drunken ex cop in a city that’s essentially going crazy. Anyway the game has these awesome bits of gameplay where you get to go all CSI and determine victim’s identity, time of death, cause of death, Etc.

    This is the only video I could find without someone talking over it, and you probably don’t want to get caught watching it at work.

  2. The best way to watch CSI Miami is to assume that Horatio has killed whoever they are investigating, and then he has to chase people down, rig tests and frame people to get out of it. It’s riveting.

  3. The best way to watch CSI Miami is to assume that Horatio has killed whoever they are investigating, and then he has to chase people down, rig tests and frame people to get out of it. It’s riveting.

  4. Have to chime in with another thumbs-up for the Muppet voices, and at the same time curse y’all out for mentioning Identity Crisis. There’s a frickin’ comic-book store right across the street from where I get off the train each night, and not only did I pick up said (really damned good, I have to admit) title, but I also stumbled across Alan Moore’s unspeakably messed-up Neonomicon and talked with the owner-dude for half an hour about Batman. I was supposed to be free of that sort of nonsense! Damn you, Caustic Soda. DAMN YOUUUUUUUUU!

  5. Thought I’d offer my suggestion here too. I love the Muppets parody! I think a YouTube video advertising your podcast, incorporating the parody as the way to attract the eyeballs, would be a great way to increase your viewers and attract folks who might not normally come across it.

  6. I’m gonna have to admit I always enjoy the Muppet thing at the beginning of the episode more than any Adult should. Thank you for that.

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